Launching a railway network connecting key districts of the Emirates with four ports
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is home to a significant railway network that links all of the nation's regions together.
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Putting in place a railway network that will connect four ports and many significant places in the Emirates
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) made the announcement not too long ago that they have begun construction on a significant railway network that would connect many of the country's points of interest. The complete information can be seen below.
According to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) successfully launched their national railway network today. This network links 4 major ports in the country as well as 7 logistics areas, and it has the capacity to transport 60 million tonnes of products yearly.
The assertions made by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid with reference to the advantages of Emirates Railways
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, issued the following statement on his Twitter account in response to this news: "Praise be to God, the UAE today successfully launched the national railway network, linking 4 major ports in the country and 7 logistics areas and transporting 60 one million tonnes of goods annually." If God wills it, our train network will improve our economy, contribute to the consolidation of our territorial integrity, and bring us together as we travel towards a brighter future.
The goals we hope to accomplish in order to build the Emirates Railway Network
He continued by saying, "The railway network is a national strategic project with economic effects of 200 billion dirhams until 2050, which was accomplished with the cooperation of 180 federal and local authorities who worked 133 million working hours, led by Theyab bin Mohammed bin Zayed, one national team, representing one national economy and development vision. one."